by John Fiske

After a political meeting the week before the General Election in Great Britain, a man from the audience hit the Member of Parliament for Romford Town, Andrew Whitely, on the head with a jug of water. The man, James Turner, a teacher, is taken to the local police station for questioning. It transpires that the reason for the attack goes back a long way, to a time when both men were pupils at the same school . . .

Locked Up is a story of boyhood passion, forbidden love, repression, bullying and a forty-five year old secret that has the potential to destroy a man’s career.

On stage: John Fiske, Andrea Geurtsen and Paul Kessel
Director: Dag Thelander


Paul Kessel and John Fiske first met in 1974 on a football pitch in Liverpool (7.84 Touring Company v the Everyman Theatre 1-3) and took an immediate dislike to each other...

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Kesselofski & Fiske look after a very select number of international groups in Scandinavia.
Scandinavian Agency for: 
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain (GB)
Companhia do Chapito (Portugal)
Familie Flöz (DE)

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"Scoring A Bullseye!", "As usual the set is a masterpiece if just a bit on the minimal side, although with their massive acting talents, scenery would just be a distraction." "Funny? I almost split my crotch!"

"Very, very funny"
The Guardian, England

"Humour as a weapon against tragedy. Dreadfully funny"
Politiken, Copenhagen, Denmark

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